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Review: Kirby Planet Robobot

Kirby is one of Nintendo’s more interesting franchises. It’s not as well known as Mario or Pokemon but apparently does well enough to warrant new iterations in the franchise. The cute loveable pink marshmallow is back and this time, he’s in the cockpit of a Mecha in Kirby Planet Robobot.

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Indie Corner: Kick & Fennick

When you say platformer in combination with Wii U, you automatically think about Super Mario. It makes sense since Mario is the father of the genre but there are way more platformers out there. Kick & Fennick is such a platformer and it looks rather generic at first. After a couple of missions you’ll start to understand and appreciate the innovation this indie brings to the genre.

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Review: Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation

Fire Emblem Fates is an interesting chapter in the Fire Emblem franchise since it features two different games and stories, Birthright and Conquest. Now, a couple of weeks after the original release, a third arc has been added to the story. Revelation is the third and final piece of the Corrin puzzle and offers more of the same yet in a different way.

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Indie Corner: PixelJunk Monsters (Wii U)

Double Eleven’ PixelJunk Monsters has been around for quite some time but released on the Wii U’ eShop last week. In PixelJunk Monsters, you’ll learn to defend your town against hordes of enemies by building towers. That’s right, this tower defense game isn’t messing around and brings some easy to learn but hard to master gameplay to the Wii U.

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Review: Fire Emblem: Fates

We had to wait a little longer on it, but Fire Emblem: Fates is finally up for sale. The Fire Emblem franchise is gaining a lot of fans worldwide, so Nintendo is making sure the quality of the games stays on point. Fire Emblem: Fates is a little different from other Fire Emblem games since it comes in two versions. Which kingdom will you defend? Time to learn more about it!

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Review: Pocket Card Jockey.

Someone at some time at gamefreak thought “hey, why don’t we combine horse racing with solitaire. It’ll be great. ” It’s an unusual idea for sure, combine two totally unrelated ideas and effectively combine them. But gamefreak made it work. Pocket Card Jockey is a weird premise and ridiculously complex to boot.

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Review: Project Cars Game of the Year Edition

One of the best racing simulators has released its game of the year edition. We are of course talking about Project Cars, the game by fans, for fans. While it’s not a racing simulator for everyone, it’s definitely the best one out there. Since its release in May 2015, Project Cars is the leading racing title in new technologies such as 12K and Virtual Reality and one of the most beloved game for the eSports programs as well

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Review: Yo-Kai Watch

Yo-kai Watch is a role-playing game where you collect and train monster-like creatures called Yo-Kai, to fight other Yo-Kai. I know, it really sounds like Pokémon although this game is totally different.